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Many items are available for purchase, including collectible coins

This section of the UESPWiki documents all officially licensed merchandise related to The Elder Scrolls series.

Printed books and the more in-depth board games are covered in their own sections of the wiki:


Merchandise designed to be worn.

  • Accessories — Keychains, patches, and other decorative elements
  • Bags — A list of totes, bags, etc.
  • Clothing — A list of licensed shirts, hoodies, etc.
  • Jewelry — A list of licensed jewelry
  • Pins & Buttons — A list of licensed pins and buttons


Posters, banners, and statues can count among art.


Anything you use in relation to food or drink can be listed here. Everything from coffee mugs to bottle openers (cookbooks are the exception; The Official Cookbook is listed under Books).

  • Drinks — Officially licensed beverages
  • Drinkware — A list of mugs, glasses, and other drinking vessels
  • Crockery — Cups, plates, and bowls
  • Utensils — Food-related tools, from cutlery to bottle openers

Home and Office Accessories

Objects with practical use in the home or office.

  • Bedding — Sheets, blankets, and other items laid above a mattress on a bed
  • Furniture — Chairs and other home furnishings
  • Office — Bookends, pens, etc.
  • Towels — Including dish towels


  • Bundles — Offers containing more than one piece of merchandise
  • Loot Crate — Information on the TES Loot Crates
  • Collectible Coins — A list of licensed collectible coins
  • ESO Community Gifts — Information on merchandise given out to influencers by the ESO team in honor of then-upcoming Chapters
  • Musical Instruments — Implements and objects used to create music.

Novelty Items

Figurines, plush dolls, and board games are examples of objects in this category.

  • Automotive Accessories — Novelty license plates and other accessories for automobiles
  • Board Games — Board games, dice, cards, and other tabletop paraphernalia
  • Plush Dolls — Collectibles made of fabric and stuffed with filling to hold their shape, commonly referred to as stuffed toys or "plushies"
  • Figurines